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0:22

WATCH: DELANEY: "MATS WAS VERY GOOD TODAY"

0:31

WATCH: BRANDT: "I DON'T THINK MATS WILL BE A REGULAR SCORER"

Full-time
90'
+ 1

ADDED TIME!

Three minutes of stoppage time here in Bielefeld with Dortmund in full control.
90'

Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes

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Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes
Through high-end camera technology and machine learning, the speed of each player is evaluated in real time. Top speed then means, the fastest measured single frame of a player/game.
1.
Manuel Akanji
Manuel Akanji32.60km/h
2.
Jadon Sancho
Jadon Sancho31.62km/h
3.
Amos Pieper
Amos Pieper31.43km/h
86'

Substitution

sub
Lukasz Piszczek
Lukasz Piszczek
sub
Mats Hummels
Mats Hummels
86'

HUMMELS DOWN

Dortmund's double goal scorer is going to have to come off here after taking a knock.
84'

BIG CHANCE FOR BRANDT!

Witsel plays Brandt in on goal to the left of the Bielefeld box, but Ortega does well to stay big and block his attempted shot back across goal.
82'

Substitution

sub
Reinhold Yabo
Reinhold Yabo
sub
Mike van der Hoorn
Mike van der Hoorn
82'

Substitution

sub
Reinier
Reinier
sub
Thomas Delaney
Thomas Delaney
82'

Substitution

sub
Axel Witsel
Axel Witsel
sub
Thorgan Hazard
Thorgan Hazard
79'

ALMOST ANOTHER

Brandt is sent into the Bielefeld box and awaits an overlap from the fresh legs of Guerreiro. He duly plays him the ball, but the substitute's shot is straight at Ortega from close range.
77'

JOB DONE SO FAR

Dortmund are heading towards just their third win at Bielefeld in 18 visits, and will be looking to close out the game here with Bielefeld pressing until the end.
75'

Substitution

sub
Giovanni Reyna
Giovanni Reyna
sub
Jadon Sancho
Jadon Sancho
75'

Substitution

sub
Raphaël Guerreiro
Raphaël Guerreiro
sub
Marco Reus
Marco Reus
71'

IT'S TWO FOR HUMMELS!

He has a brace and Dortmund are heading for all three points. He's up for a corner, which is cleared but recycled down the right and it's Reus' cross which is met by Hummels in the box with a superb header, which he glances past Ortega across goal.
71'

Mats Hummels

GOAL!

0:2
Mats Hummels
68'

CHANCE ON THE BREAK

Dortmund win the ball in midfield and Reus sends Sancho away down the right. It's a 4-on-3, and Sancho plays in Brandt but his pass is cut out. Dortmund win the ball again though, and Delaney is now sent in behind. He plays the ball across goal, but van der Hoorn blocks the ball onto his own post before Ortega could clear.
65'

Substitution

sub
Brian Behrendt
Brian Behrendt
sub
Sven Schipplock
Sven Schipplock
65'

TRIPLE CHANGE

Attacking moves from Neuhaus, with Cordova and Edmundsson on - while defender Behrendt is also on.
65'

Substitution

sub
Sergio Córdova
Sergio Córdova
sub
Cedric Brunner
Cedric Brunner
64'

Substitution

sub
Jóan Símun Edmundsson
Jóan Símun Edmundsson
sub
Ritsu Doan
Ritsu Doan
63'

DELANEY IN THE BOOK

The first yellow card of the game for a Dortmund man as Delaney is booked for a challenge on Prietl in midfield.
63'

Yellow card

yellowCard
Thomas Delaney
Thomas Delaney
62'

BELLINGHAM GOAL... OFFSIDE

Lovely play from Passlack and Brandt to get the former space for a shot from the edge of the box. It's blocked, and falls to Bellingham, who slots the rebound home. However, the Englishman was offside when Passlack's shot was taken.
60'
Video Assistant Referee
SituationNo goal
ReviewOffside?
DecisionNo goal
60'

ANY WAY BACK?

As long as the score remains at just 0-1, Neuhaus and his side will believe they can get back into it. They need to push further forward and take more risks if they're to get back into this one with Bürki yet to be troubled in the second half.

DORTMUND MOOD

Sancho delighted to get the assist for the opener here.
57'

CHANCE FOR SANCHO!

A Reus free-kick is sent into the Bielefeld box and falls to Sancho in the perfect place to shoot. His effort trickles behind with a touch from former Dortmund defender Pieper.
53'

HUMMELS OPENS THE SCORING

Sancho's corner is curled to the back post and an unmarked Hummels places the ball home with his right foot. The fourth goal of the season for BVB from a corner, and that had been coming.
53'

Mats Hummels

GOAL!

0:1
Mats Hummels
51'

BETTER BIELEFELD

The home side have had some good early touches on the ball here, and remain a defensive brick wall in front of Dortmund. A good start to this second half, but they remain on the back foot here.
49'

ACROBATIC BELLINGHAM!

Great build-up from Dortmund as Sancho sends a pass in behind Lucoqui for Meunier, who clips it back across goal and Bellingham is there. He turns and produces an overhead kick which goes straight at Ortega.
46'

BACK UNDERWAY!

The second half begins in Bielefeld with no changes at the break for either side.
Kick-off!
Half-time
45'
+ 1

ADDED TIME

Just one minute of stoppage time at the end of this first half.
44'

SHOT BLOCKED!

Brandt is sent behind the Bielefeld defence by Sancho and cuts back to the edge of the area where Hazard is waiting. He fires a shot at goal with his first touch, but the ball hits the back of Reus and bounces clear.
41'

HUGE CHANCE FOR AKANJI!

That's the big chance Dortmund were looking for. Bellingham curls in a cross from the right which is missed by Delaney, but comes to Akanji in front of goal at the back post. He scored against Schalke last weekend, but misses the target from a yard or two out here.
40'

A GOAL BEFORE THE BREAK?

If either side is going to go ahead before half-time here, it is likely to be Dortmund. Ortega yet to be properly tested however.

AS CLOSE AS THEY'VE COME

Sancho's header is the best chance Dortmund have had so far, one among eight attempts on goal.
37'

CHANCES FROM ALL AREAS

Dortmund have had plenty of opportunities to open the scoring here in the first half. Truly one-way traffic.
Corners
0
5
33'

REUS SHOOTS...

A curling effort from the edge of the box, but not the idea he had in mind as the ball lands in Ortega's grateful hands. Dortmund pushing and pushing for an opener.
32'

FIRST GO AT GOAL!

Hartel breaks through the Dortmund press and charges at goal. He has space ahead of him so pops a shot at goal. It's an easy one for Bürki to handle, but the first on target of the day for the home side. And the first sign of some tired Dortmund legs.
30'

Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes

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Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes
Through high-end camera technology and machine learning, the speed of each player is evaluated in real time. Top speed then means, the fastest measured single frame of a player/game.
1.
Ritsu Doan
Ritsu Doan31.07km/h
2.
Sven Schipplock
Sven Schipplock30.51km/h
3.
Thomas Meunier
Thomas Meunier29.49km/h
27'

BIG CHANCE!

What a pass from Hummels, who curls a cross into the box from deep using that famous outside boot. His pass is met by Sancho's perfectly-timed run to beat the offside, but the Englishman's header is straight at Ortega from the six-yard box.
26'

BRUNNER BOOKED

The first yellow card of the day is for the Bielefeld right-back after a foul on Passlack.
26'

ARMINIA'S JOB SO FAR

Winning those challenges is the order of the day for Bielefeld. They're frustrating their visitors here.
Tackles won
28
15
26'

Yellow card

yellowCard
Cedric Brunner
Cedric Brunner

STORY SO FAR

Ortega has had his eyes firmly on the Dortmund ball in this first half so far. No way through for the away side yet.
19'

FINDING SPACE ON THE BREAK

It's only happened twice so far, but the home side are having joy when Dortmund make mistakes in possession. Hartel sends Doan away but he's forced to slow and look for support just outside the Dortmund box. His attempted through ball doesn't come off, but Uwe Neuhaus will be looking for his troops to keep looking for those kinds of opportunities.
16'

TIGHT SPACES

Bielefeld are keeping things compact in midfield and defence, forcing Dortmund to play riskier passes and dribble through tight spaces. Sancho and Hazard are looking dangerous, but Ortega has handled the shots on his goal so far. Favre will just want his side to stay patient.
12'

WING ROTATION

Early switching of positions here in attack with Sancho and Hazard swapping wings. We'll see plenty of that today from Favre's side, with Brandt and Reus also happy to drop deep and help pick up position in between the lines. Bielefeld handling it well so far.
10'

ALL YELLOW

It's all yellow here early on with Dortmund dominating the ball. One break away for the home side with Schipplock looking for Hartel in the box, but the ball bundled out of play for a goal kick.
Possession (%)
2674
7'

DELANEY HAS A GO!

Dortmund warming up quickly here as Sancho has a nice one-two with Brandt to go into the middle and finds Delaney. The Dane fires a shot at goal forcing a solid save from Ortega. It's been early domination here from Dortmund, with the home side barely able to catch their breath.
3'

BELLINGHAM ON TARGET

Sancho's corner is cleared to the back post and bounces perfectly for Delaney. He's about to hit it goalward but slips and instead passes back to Bellingham on the edge. His shot is a tame one for Ortega to handle with ease.
2'

4-2-4 FOR BVB!

With Brandt and Reus in the middle, Sancho on the right and Hazard on the left, it's a four-man attack for Dortmund by the looks of things. And they are getting on the ball early here.
1'

WE'RE UNDERWAY!

The away side get the ball rolling with Reus kicking off.
Kick-off!

KICK-OFF COMING!

We're minutes away from action here in Bielefeld. Can Dortmund break their curse against Bielefeld, or will the home side inflict some Halloween horror on their visitors today? Let's find out...
3:17

WATCH: REYNA LIKE FATHER - AND MOTHER - LIKE SON

The American is on the bench for Dortmund today, but his story to this early point in his career is a worthwhile watch. We caught up with his father Claudio - the former USMNT, Leverkusen and Wolfsburg midfielder - on all things Gio.

WHAT'S AT STAKE

There are three points battling for the lead at the top, with RB Leipzig, Bayern Munich and Dortmund separated by just one point. BVB will be looking to take all three points today to stay among the leading pack with Bayern facing Cologne, and Leipzig at Gladbach later this evening. Bielefeld, however, have stumbled since beating Cologne on Matchday 2 and are looking for their first point in three games after successive defeats.

MEET BIELEFELD - DORTMUND'S HALLOWEEN NIGHTMARE

This is the teams’ first meeting since 16 May 2009, in Bielefeld’s last spell in the top flight. Dortmund won 6-0 that day. But BVB's overall record away at Bielefeld is a rough look for black-and-yellow fans. 17 games played and 15 without victory for today's visitors.

THE CAPTAIN IS BACK

Dortmund captain Marco Reus returns to the starting line-up today after enjoying a midweek start. He has scored against 17 of the 18 current Bundesliga teams - except Bielefeld. He hasn't played against them yet, though, and in Dortmund's Matchday Magazine show suggested that he'd bag himself a goal today...
0:23

WATCH: BEHIND-THE DORTMUND SCENES!

BIELEFELD TEAM NEWS

Joakim Nilsson is a new face in the Bielefeld line-up, set to make his first appearance of the season, let alone start. The Swede looks likely to set-up in defence either alongside two or four other players as the promoted side look to set up shop against Dortmund. Sven Schipplock also starts in attack alongside Fabian Klos, with Ritsu Doan and Marcel Hartel in closest support.

DORTMUND TEAM NEWS

So, no Haaland for BVB today among other changes made by Lucien Favre. Felix Passlack and Jude Bellingham are back in to start, with Passlack at left-back and Bellingham alongside Thomas Delaney in central midfield. Roman Bürki also starts having returned to the line-up for the midweek Champions League win over Zenit.

NO HAALAND TODAY

Dortmund's No.9 has scored all five of his Bundesliga goals at home so far this season and won't have a chance to change his fortunes today. He misses the game due to light knee problems. We will wait and see exactly who starts up front, with Jadon Sancho, Julian Brandt, Thorgan Hazard and Marco Reus making a four-man attack, with all capable of leading the line.

BIELEFELD STARTING XI!

Ortega - Brunner, Pieper, Nilsson, Van der Hoorn, Lucoqui - Prietl - Doan, Hartel - Klos (c), Schipplock

BIELEFELD SUBS

Rehnen, Behrendt, Laursen, Yabo, Edmundsson, Kunze, Cordova, Seufert, Maier

DORTMUND STARTING XI!

Bürki - Meunier, Akanji, Hummels (c), Passlack - Bellingham, Delaney - Sancho, Brandt, Hazard - Reus

DORTMUND SUBS

Hitz, Morey, Dahoud, Guerreiro, Reinier, Piszczek, Witsel, Reyna
2:11

WATCH: DORTMUND'S HALLOWEEN NIGHTMARE - A TRIP TO BIELEFELD

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Here you will find the most important information on the game between DSC Arminia Bielefeld and Borussia Dortmund on Matchday 6 of the 2020/21 Bundesliga season.